Hi all we need a custom router landing page and to be able to cloud host the page. The page will allow for sign-in then allow our guests to continue on to the net. All low security.. Any ideas on how to do this ? 2nd can a standard home-office router accomplish this?
while trying evil twin and monitoring the traffic log on my phone using http canary app … i noticed on the second the phone connects to the evil ap network .. facebook messenger requests the page .. while other apps requests normal pages that receives 302 redirect code to the captive portal page which is the normal … so why would FB messenger app do with the actual page without showing it to me or anything.
I know this is on the verge of off-topic for this site. However, many former class guides started with a section explaining why you would choose each subclass, which gave a fairly good answer for these type of questions.
Unfortunately, most of the old manuals are lost with the WotC forums, and the ones I found for Swordmages omit this part.
I get assault sword mages, they go in a more Striker-y way, increasing the damage done. The shielding is also clear, damage reduction is an easy concept, even if it evolves badly.
Trapping teleports you to the target after it hit one of your allies. It would make a lot of sense to shoot the archer from the treetops, or the archmage from behind his minions in the middle of the fray, but unfortunately, the Close Burst 2 distance makes all of this almost impossible.
So what is the value of teleporting an enemy from an almost adjacent position (Close Burst 2) to an adjacent position? ((and you engrave your immediate action)
I'm dealing with a Raspberry Pi 3 that uses hostapd to create its own wireless network.
When an Android client connects for the first time to the network, it tries to enter the page.
http://connectivitycheck.gstatic.com/generate_204 to see if it's behind a customer portal. My Raspberry Pi redirects this request to an instance of nginx that it is running and returns a 302 redirect to my login page.
Because Android did not get the answer it was looking for (an HTTP 204), but rather a 302, as I understand it, it is supposed to show my login page inlay. I saw this in action using another captive portal material.
In my case however, Android only displays a pop-up window stating "Internet may not be available: connect to another network or enable Switch to mobile data".
Am I doing something wrong? Is there anything specific that Android searches on the login page before it appears?
Most of my tests are done on my Galaxy S8. I have tried it on the S9 of a friend, and it does not work either. Using a Windows 10 laptop however, the login page appears.
Does anyone know where I can find the source code of the modified version of Android that Samsung devices seem to use?
The reason I ask this question is because I'm trying to solve the captive portal issues with Samsung devices (ONLY on Samsung devices), as it seems that they do not follow the standard methods of & dquo; Android to manage the captive portal network connection prompts.
There are many forums and questions online about people asking questions about this, and Samsung clearly has no intention of giving an answer to this question … my only option I can think of is to try to find the source code to examine it, and understand wtf that they do differently so that my captive portals are triggered properly.
Here is a forum as an example:
I've done everything I could imagine to make it work, and nothing seems to work. Samsung devices do not even seem to question the
/ generate_204 URL even after responding with the wifi router's IP address to DNS queries. This only happens on Samsung devices .. uh!
OR if anyone knows what Samsung does differently in captive portal detection, I'll hold you <3 forever if you could provide that part of the source code
For example, here's what I found in Google's Android source code:
But it seems that Samsung devices never even manage to try to interrogate the
/ generate_204 and I do not know why! AHHH!
Just for reference, this is for my open source captive portal library (not for commercial gain, but for the benefit of the open source community):
By connecting to my integrated device, I see these logs when the Samsung device connects to the wifi:
[Mar 31 15:20:04.136] I (39010) tcpip_adapter: SoftAP assign IP to the station, IP is: 192.168.4.2 [Mar 31 15:20:04.144] esp32_main.c: 98 event: 17 [Mar 31 15:20:04.572] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for connectivitycheck.gstatic.com sending IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:04.581] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for connectivitycheck.gstatic.com sending IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:05.016] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for www.google.com sending an IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:05.425] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for connectivitycheck.gstatic.com sending IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:05.434] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for connectivitycheck.gstatic.com sending IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:05.752] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for www.google.com sending an IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:06.215] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for px.moatads.com sending IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:06.320] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for mtalk.google.com sending IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:06.396] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A Query for alt6-mtalk.google.com sending IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:06.513] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for api.samsungcloud.com sending IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:11.355] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for connectivitycheck.gstatic.com sending IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:11.364] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for connectivitycheck.gstatic.com sending IP 192.168.4.1 [Mar 31 15:20:11.669] mgos_captive_portal: 230 DNS A request for www.google.com sending an IP 192.168.4.1
After "clicking" on the wifi network in the Wifi settings (after having connected), the following query is displayed:
[Mar 31 15:20:12.892] mg_lwip_net_if.c: 364 0x3ffc9458 conn 0x3ffca3f4 from 192.168.4.2:60542 [Mar 31 15:20:12.899] mg_net.c: 544 0x3ffc9458 0x3ffe2088 1073521852 0 [Mar 31 15:20:12.905] mg_net.c: 551 0x3ffe2088 tcp: //192.168.4.2: 60542 [Mar 31 15:20:12.911] mgos_http_server.c: 176 HTTP connection 0x3ffe2088 from 192.168.4.2:60542 [Mar 31 15:20:12.918] mg_http.c: 2012/2 1 [Mar 31 15:20:12.921] Method mgos_captive_portal.:42: "GET" [Mar 31 15:20:12.926] mgos_captive_portal.:43 uri: "/"
But he does not ask something like
connectivitycheck.gstatic.com/generate_204 like ALL other Android devices, but it asks a root
/ of the IP address (which I suppose is with them showing the "Manage Router" link on the wifi settings page